Tomorrow (Friday April 20th) is the last day to send in your poems about foxes and/or dreams, so here is the final trivia post.
From Facts about Foxes:
The fox doesn’t communicate by barking as other canines do. Instead, it relies almost solely upon non verbal communication. This includes the posture of the body, tail waging, and facial expressions. Some of their verbal communications include yelps and what sounds like human screams.
From The National Sleep Research Project:
Dreams, once thought to occur only during REM sleep, also occur (but to a lesser extent) in non-REM sleep phases. It’s possible there may not be a single moment of our sleep when we are actually dreamless.
4 thoughts on “Fox Facts and Dream Data #5”
late to school
we drive fast through dark —
Yousei, I’m rather smitten with this—would you mind if I used this as opposed to your “rain glitters” two-liner?
My dear, I’d love it. Want to hear something cool? It really happened. I was hurrying my boys to school, looked out my driver’s side window, and a fox was racing along beside us. I was so glad he stayed on his side of the road. I grinned all the rest of the way to school and back home.
Wow! Even better. Such a cool story. 🙂